Online Activities and Projects You Can Do at Home, from the Bruce Museum

Digital Weekends Bruce Museum

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The Bruce Museum in Greenwich is presenting online short videos and descriptions of projects kids, teens and families can do at home as you socially isolate during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Here’s the announcement about the program series, called “Digital Weekends,” from the Bruce Museum:

Digital Weekends with the Bruce are fun, hands-on art and science projects for you and your family.

Over the next several weekends, teaching artist Grayson Kennedy and Youth and Family Programs Manager Megan Brown will lead you in an online activity based on exhibitions at the Bruce Museum.

Use the linked videos and write-ups to make something fun and creative while you’re home.

This week, for our first project, we will explore the artwork of L. A. Ring, whose paintings featured in the exhibition On the Edge of the World: Masterworks by Laurits Andersen Ring from SMK – the National Gallery of Denmark.

Enjoy this activity, and feel free to share the creations you and your family make by using the hashtag #BruceMuseum.

Here Are the First Two Programs

A Lesson in 1-pt perspective

Click here for the project write-up

A Lesson in Animal Anatomy

Click here for the project write-up

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